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probably argue it's a realistic message. but there was another matter. boris johnson, the mayor of london, big personality, we saw him during the olympics. he gave a very upbeat picture to the party faithful. >> that's right. he had his party literally laughing in the aisles. even the press corps could not keep a straight face. he's very good at delivering very funny speeches. his approval ratings at the moment are plus 30. minus 21 for david cameron. goore's johnson could make a bid for price minister. -- boris johnson. many say that david cameron needs a strategy to deal with johnson because he's well liked by the british public. david cameron is trying to be serious in order to draw the comparison between johnson who likes to do jokes and then the more serious prime ministerial effect. >> the other thing cameron was trying to do is a contract but is also trying have a comparison to the other parties. the conservatives are the grown- up party. >> that's right. there's been a passage about deficit-reduction and he said the labor party just wants to keep borrowing. he says if you look at
and a half. >> obviously everyone in this debate has their own side, so i guess you would say that. but boris, doing well in a debate is one thing. i imagine to persuade an entire country to vote for you when you've already said publicly that you only really care about less than half of them is quite another, isn't it. he has a lot of ground to make up. >> that's not what mitt romney said. he didn't say he only cares about 53% versus the 47% which i assume that's what you're rivering to. what he said is that 47% of the country would not respond to his message about lowering or cutting taxes because they already don't pay taxes. mitt romney is showing time and time again that he's going to be the president of the whole country and his plan really speaks to that both on economy, foreign policy and other points about so that there is no question this debate is important, but also you are right, there's a long time left. there's two jobs reports that are left. about 33, 34 days that are left in this campaign. it's a long time. but what you saw going into this debate are polls tightening in florid
. it priaseaised my judgment and policies. it was by alexander boris johnson. [laughter] >> at least he has one party leader he'll endorse in public. [applause] time ofes ,w, we are in a profound change. here in britain, we're faced with the task of a new economy from the rubble of the old. the eurozone faces the biggest crisis since it was forme.d d. countries like indonesia and china grow in a phenomenal rate. the consequences in the shift in power -- should we fail to respond, cannot be overstated. our influence in the world -- our ability to fund the public services, and mantain our culture of openness. all of them are in the balance. power would move away from the liberal and democratic world, and within it, too. to moderates and hardliners, and those committed to the politics of cooperation and those hellbent on confrontation. if history taught us anything, it is that extremists thrive in tough times. iour country will pay a heavy political price. but the human cost will be higher, still. we would leave a trail of victims -- so to those who ask what we could do -- cutting public spending.
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of jumping in a helicopter with boris and parachuting in, but the last time he was suspended in air it did not work so well. it is great to be back of the conservative party conference. i was with here in 2007 in blackpool. my wife grew up not far from there, but she would say it was very far from blackpool. her father was a wing commander and during the war my mother in law was a radar operator for them. i am not sure whether she could tell the difference a tree and a german fighter plane and a canadian news, but we did manage to win the war. all is well that ends well. over the years, my ties to u.k. have remained strong. my two daughters have british passports, and my company employs 2500 people across great britain and is building a new headquarters right in the heart of the city of london. so that special relationship that has always existed between the u.k. and u.s. is something i have experienced in a personal way. one of my political heroes has always been, i am proud to say, the son of a nyc native, sir winston churchill. [applause] churchill belonged to two parties in his lifetim
. joining us for more, julian epstein and boris former aide to mccain/palin campaign in 2008. so boris, did paul ryan succeed here? has this been a game changing movement, has it picked up on the momentum that romney started with last week? >> it didn't need to be a game changing movement. what paul ryan needed to do was make his point to america that he is ready to be vice president and president if need be. and he absolutely did that. he was strong, he was resolute, and he stood up to very childish attacks from joe biden. some of the attacks were disappoint willing, the laughter, the smirking. it was very unvice presidential and unprofessional and at the end if you noticed when it was time to give their closing remarks, joe biden did not thank paul ryan, but paul ryan thanked joe biden. so on the overall picture, paul ryan did it great. does it help the momentum, it does. does it help democrats, it does not. democrats are still struggling take. >> julian, would you at least concede that biden was perhaps unprofessional with the laughter and some of the way he carried himself? >> i think j
the boris park fun for everyone. >> it's beautiful is 84 degrees and boris park best day of the year. >> days like this are reasons people come to san francisco. it's a gorgeous city on a beautiful day like this. >> it was gorgeous! but you have to be prepared. i was sweltering in long chains. >> today will be even hotter the rea is serving want to unpack your shorts today a lot of people will be at work so you will have air conditioning. if you have the day off head to the beaches we are expecting sunshine and mid-70s. yesterday was the peak of that heat spell we are experiencing. quick action to climb into the triple digits it will be a toasting 1 and looking beyond tomorrow's it looks like we will cool things down significantly in fact could shave off at least 10 degrees for some of our warmest inland areas and it looks like pretty mild conditions. taking a look at current conditions however low 60s out the door downtown san francisco 59 over concord mid-60s wickiup and antioch and as we take those numbers into the afternoon that he is certainly on because once we see that sunshin
in the end, doesn't he? now, sure, the no hair thing works well if you look like boris kojo. but sadly this guy is a closer model for many of us and he's a tad short in the leadership potential. the only good news is homer simpson's afternoon enemy is his -- archenemy is his boss p whose rocking a hairstyle that looks far, far worse, the ring of death. sometimes it comes with bizarre combover action. let's be real. even michael jordan couldn't make that cool. anita? >> the thing is, you rock the bald look. i've got to say. >> he does a nice job. he does all right. >>> 78 today. more like mid september. >> it was amazing. >> we are talking still about the tropics. remember hurricane season runs through november. we do have a tropical storm, not a hurricane yet. we're watching closely. let's start with a live look outside. we are looking at temperatures way above average. this is our michael and son live weather cam. 66 still at this hour. dew point's way up in the upper mid-50s. we have clouds around much of the day. winds are calm and pressure is steady as well. 3.08 inches of mercury.
-wire, the conservative mayor of london -- our boris johnson. [applause] and those games-makers. you know, i have spent three years trying to explain the big society. they did it beautifully in just three weeks. [applause] there is another group of people who stepped into the breach this summer -- and we in this party never forget them. our armed forces have been on the ground in afghanistan for over ten years now. 433 men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice. just last weekend there was a memorial service for one of the fallen, and the eulogy said this -- "all that they had they gave. all that they might have had. all that they had ever been. all that they might ever have become." beautiful words. painful words. for all those who serve, and their families, i repeat the commitment i made when this government came to office. by the end of 2014, all uk combat operations in afghanistan will have come to an end. nearly all our troops will be home -- their country proud, their duty done -- and let everyone in this hall stand and show how profoundly grateful we are for everything they do. [applause] to
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too much in boris yeltsin, and that is a disaster. i will be a realist, thinking about america's national interest, and what did he do? he got into office, met with vladimir putin, looked into his eyes, and famously saw his soul, so people pivot. barack obama said he would negotiate with our enemies and our friends, and outlined a new policy of engagement to iran and north korea. those things did not happen. reality did not permit it. the record is running on would have astonished many supporters of barack obama in 2008. host: susan glasser is the editor in chief of "foreign policy magazine." here's a question from tony on twitter. the obama reset with russia, bush looking into platooned's soul neither worked well. this is a part of the region that you know well. guest: we pay a lot of attention to russia. we were there during vladimir putin's first term in office, so we have seen the shaping of what has become today's russia. what is interesting is that presidents come in and they often talk about reinventing russian policy, but there is the consistency in that russian and u.s
arrangements. the advisory vote does however by boris noah shareholders think of compensation plans. companies now have to disclose in their proxy statements in the year following the vote how they have responded to the most recent stay on pay vote. now few compensation packages have actually been rejected, but even in many cases were shareholders approved the boris come patient strategy, a significant percentage of shareholders have often voted out. it is our expectation that no votes or even a significant vote against the company's executive compensation practices will force for us to ask themselves some very tough questions about the compensation policies and whether they're communicating effectively with shareholders about those policies. the stand pay regulations also require companies to provide shareholders with an advisory vote on the frequent the stay on pay those at least once every six years. we understand that most companies consistent with the preferences of their shareholders have determined the whole stay on pay those every year. to me, this demonstrates a shareholders want war
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. bush on russia said bill clinton was wrong, he personalize our relationship, invested too much in boris yeltsin, and that is a disaster. i will be a realist, thinking about america's national interest, and what did he do? he got into office, met with vladimir putin, looked into his eyes, and famously saw his soul, so people pivot. events collide. things change. barack obama said he would negotiate with our enemies and our friends, and outlined a new policy of engagement to iran and north korea. those things did not happen. reality did not permit it. the record is running on would have astonished many supporters of barack obama in 2008. host: susan glasser is the editor in chief of "foreign policy magazine." here's a question from tony on twitter. the obama reset with russia, bush looking into platooned's soul neither worked well. this is a part of the region that you know well. guest: we pay a lot of attention to russia. we were there during vladimir putin's first term in office, so we have seen the shaping of what has become today's russia. what is interesting is that presidents come i
't think it's about the issue of boris. it's about doesn't he believe something. a man of his age and ran for governor in 2002. he's 60-something years old. you know what you believe. you know what you believe. >> okay. ahead this morning -- >> what time is sam stein's first class today? >> i don't know. >> can you show us your notes today? >> i have nothing written down yet. just a few numbers. >> i don't believe you. >> i'm working on it. >> all right. ahead this morning, ben affleck joins us on set to discuss the new film he directed and stars in about an untold story of a daring rescue operation during the iranian hostage crisis. >> mick you saw this movie. >> it was riveting. >> look at the facial hair on ben affleck and chuck todd. >> i think chuck todd is better-looking. >> and robert gibbs and tina brown. up next, mike allen with the top stories in the politico playbook. first, phil karins with a check on the forecast. >> yesterday we had airport delays. if you fly out of the noshz area this morning or with connecting flights, could have additional problems. this is associated wit
the role of the united states in the conflict should be, an outside observer boris albright coyly put it,. [inaudible] it is also related to whether it is permissible to raise an eyebrow, criticized or god forbid pressure israel. it is obvious from ongoing discourse that the concept of no daylight has acquired in the united states the status of a moral imperative which totally precludes any such steps as i have mentioned. concurrently, the concept of no daylight requires the constant repetitive celebration of the value of our ally. indeed, the word allied has become by itself synonymous with israel, without the need to mention israel specifically. this idealization of israel has led to a peculiar outcome. israel is almost by definition the palestinians, arabs and the muslims are the god of evil. ladies and gentlemen i am a palestinian, but i have been an american citizen too since 1996. when i took off my turbine and put on my red sox cap -- [laughter] to point out that a policy of no daylight has very practical consequences for the united states, it utterly enhances israel's sense of li
in the direction of muss sill as an emp. boris yeltsin was awakened in the middle of the night and discussed whether to launch hundreds of icms at the united states. i would like to bring this up to bring up a retro issue which is the abolition of nuclear weapons which is something that even ronald reagan imposed -- >> and president obama is in support of abolition of nuclear weapons. >> this for me was the mourdock issue regarding that god intended the pregnancy. this caused me to go back into my undecided vortex of what am i going to do in this election? >> you'll have to let us know how that works out. thank you for joining us today. join us tomorrow morning at 8:00 we'll have jane mayer. >>> up next, melissa harris-perry on to difficult's mhp with campaigns on pace to pass the $2 billion mark, she asks, are our votes for sale? there is a plan to fight back. find out what it is on "melissa harris-perry" next. we'll see you right here tomorrow at 8:00. thanks forgetting. a business you'd like to start. or protect your family with a will or living trust. legalzoom makes it easy with step-by
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